Teaching and Learning with Technology
Resources for Faculty, Students, and Employees
Classrooms at all campuses include at least one camera focused on the front of the classroom to allow any remote students or guest speakers to see the instructor and an appropriate number of microphones and speakers for the size of the room to ensure the two-way engagement of all participants. At a minimum, one display device is present in each room to ensure that students physically present in the room can see their counterparts who are joining remotely as well as any content that the instructor chooses to display for the class. Use of this technology is designed so that an instructor can operate the classroom with minimal training and/or assistance.
Standard rooms contain a projector or screen that can be connected via HDMI cable or wirelessly via AirMedia. Instructors may also use the tripod mounted webcam with microphone for an enhanced technology experience.
- Set up and manage Breakout Rooms in Microsoft Teams
- How to Invite a Teams Room to a Meeting
- How to create a recurring class meeting in Microsoft Teams
- How to invite a guest speaker to a Teams class or meeting
- How to teach with Blackboard Collaborate Ultra in a Teams Room
- Virtual and In-Person Faculty Workshops
- Virtual and In-Person Student Workshops
- Find your Instructional Designer
- Schedule on-site classroom support
- Workshop Video Catalog
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, in-person laptop support is by appointment only for hardware related issues.
Our Technology Service Desk is available 24/7 for software help and other questions. These services are available remotely in one of four ways: opening a ticket, live chat, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at (973) 275-2222. On-site classroom technology support can be scheduled online.